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for those in need. we will tell you where these meals are going coming up. >> scrapping on the running -- strapping on the running choose. thousands of runners flooding downtown san jose this morning. >> we are live at the port of oakland where authorities make dozens of arrests after a side show. why police didn't handle this situation, but, rather, the chp. and standing up to the vandals. how some oakland business owners are defending their property. mornings on 2 starts now. no good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2". happy thanksgiving to you. it would not be a happy thanksgiving for hundreds of folks without the generosity of so many. we are live as workers prepare a bounty of delicious food for those in need. coming up in minutes kusa in a
few minutes, how so many are able to serve all this food. steve, how is that holiday forecast? >> we don't have fad on our face, right? >> no. we do have a few high clouds out there. transition day is today. we are dry. we don't have to worry about any rain today. maybe not until saturday morning. high clouds. 40s mainly and 50s on the lows. there are a few 30s. also our forecast football, seahawks and 49ers, it will be in the 50s. high clouds. a puff of a breeze. not that strong. first system coming in, usually doesn't do anything after very strong high pressure. it was absolutely a mountain on wednesday. it's weaker now. we have to wait for a couple systems to get their act
together. probably not until late friday, early saturday. hazy on the skies. a little rain. that's lifting north of crescent city. a couple 30s. lots of 40s and 50s. they will give way to partly sunny skies, mostly cloudy to the north. upper 50s to near 60s. not the 30s that we saw a couple days ago. forecast for rain looks promising. not until probably late friday more likely i would say on saturday. this might be a little overdone, but it does look like we will get some rain on saturday. it's sunday and then next tuesday where there is absolutely no consensus. high clouds. hazy. patchy morning fog and 60s. sal is off this morning, but we do want to give you an important traffic update. all lanes have reopened on 880 in hayward following a deadly multi-car crash. this happened just before 2:30 this morning near the west a
street off-ramp. chp says five cars were involved. one person was killed. another has life-threatening injuries. not a great way to start a thanksgiving morning. a driver was taken into custody after trying to leave the scene of the crash. elsewhere, this is a live look at the ktvu traffic map and it's showing the area right now where that crash happened. while all lanes are open, there is a little bit of red there. but that should be gone soon as the chp is called off the sig alert because of that deadly crash at 2:30 this morning. another stretch of 880. moving very well. just a bit north in oakland traffic moving nicely near the coliseum. just a few headlights there. people getting an early start to their destination on this thanksgiving morning. a suspected side show busted in the east bay. dozens of people were cited or arrested overnight at the port of oakland. tara moriarty live this morning where hours later remnants of
that can be seen? >> reporter: there is lots of tread marks in the roadway. you know, when people tried to scatter they had nowhere to go because chp sealed off the roadway in front of the port and there are barbed-wire fences on either side. if we pan down, you can see this huge black circle and this is where they were doing doughnuts, obviously. normally, the marks are spread out a little bit more. so the fact that these tread marks are right on top of each other shows how active this side show was. we called the chp this morning. we didn't give us numbers, but they told us about 200 people were here. some were able to get away. at least 100 suspects were rounded up. the chp spent hours doling out citations, hauling some suspects off to jail, and towing cars. officers did have a plan to arrest as many people as they could. >> the special response teams were trained in certain tactics. one of the tactics is how to block this crowds. we were able to use our training in this instance to block
everyone in, prevent the escape routes. we lost a few people. some people were able to get out. we blocked in a majority of them. >> reporter: officers received a report of gunshots but they don't believe anyone was hurt. there was also a fire at the side show. we don't know how it started, but it might have come from a car trying to ep scape through a fence. police have been challenge bid these side shows which have shut down bridges and freeways over the years. >> i have been covering side shows in oakland for the last decade. it worked for officers last night. thank you for that report. 7:07. happening now volunteers getting ready to serve thousands of thanksgiving meals to the less fortunate. ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savidge live in san francisco with a look at the preparations underway at the salvation army.
>> reporter: i am on gravy duty. i think they gave me the easiest job. all you got to do is scoop some gravy on there and make sure it doesn't get all over the place. there are hundreds of volunteers down here. hundreds of generous folks. did i get enough gravy on there? might need a little more. these are generous volunteers who have come down here this morning to give their time to prepare these meals. these are all to go meals, as you can see. they are putting them in boxes because they will be hand delivered to folks who are unable to leave their homes. and either because of illness or age they can't leave their home. they seal them up right here. this is the crew right here that does the sealing. lori kawasaki is one of the folks involved in the operation here. you are at the end of the assembly line this morning. you live in south san francisco. you have been here a long time?
>> 13 years. >> reporter: and you have the whole family. this whole side of the table is roy's family here. >> yeah. >> reporter: you have been coming here 13 years to give your time. tell me why you do this on thanksgiving. it's early in the morning. you could be sleeping right now. >> you got to give back. her mother worked here for like ten years or so. so she used to do the books. >> reporter: i am getting backed up here. >> it's good. and do you think about when you are here and preparing the meals, do you think about the people they are going to? >> yeah. >> reporter: what they mean to them? >> it means a lot to them. sometimes they don't get a hot meal. especially on thanksgiving. >> reporter: thank you very much, roy, for the hard work that you do on thanksgiving. your family and all these volunteers. really means a lot. 3500 meals preparing here. boxing them up. we have about a half hour or so from now folks will start arriving with their cars and they are going to put these
meals in their cars and then they have a whole list of people who are unable to leave their homes. again, they are going to hand deliver the meals. it's more than a meal. they get that back. that means a lot on thanksgiving. that's what the holiday is all about. back to you. >> glad to see you got your gloves on, too. you figured out how they week. good looking meal. nice job. thank you, alex. knew to our continuing coverage of the protests against ferguson grand jury digs. for the third straight night demonstrations in oakland erupted in violence. police say some protesters broke away from the main group and started vandalizing businesses. windows at an ampm vietnamese store -- convenience store were shattered. they also scrawled profanity, anti-laced graffiti. ktvu news cameras recorded oakland police handcuffing and arresting a number of people.
the police department announced early this morning they made 35 arrests last night. police say the arrests were for vand limb, resisting arrest and failing to disperse. 135 people were arrested on monday and tuesday nights. >> the main demonstration last night was largely peaceful. about 200 people first gathered. they then marched down broadway towards interstate 880. some demonstrators tell us they support the cause. not the violence. they say they stopped marching once they sensed trouble was brewing. >> for us to come together and to come united as people no matter what race and get stuff heard and us seen out there is really awesome. >> we march peacefully. and then when they started rioting, that's when we dispersed. >> some of the demonstrators say they came from as far away as
tracy. meanwhile, some businesses in oakland concerned they will get sandlized during the -- vandalized during the protests are defending their storesnd property. a ktvu photographer captured a couple of security guards fighting a group of protesters. in one incidents, a guard was on top of a man. a woman comes over and tries to hit the guard on the back. no one seemed to be seriously hut. we are told that one of the guards took away a baseball bat that the protesters used to smash store windows. >> and in ferguson, missouri, last night protesters turned out in smaller numbers as snow fell on the city. protesters gathered outside the ferguson police department. the building was surrounded by national guards men as business owners in ferguson start cleaning up after two days of violence protests. they are asking why the national guard wasn't sent in sooner. ferguson's mayor said he asked the governor for help but that help arrived too late.
7:11. a weird story, mike. naked at the airport. in 0 minutes, the criminal -- in 20 minutes the criminal charges a man is facing after falling through a bathroom ceiling and running thaw an airport terminal with no clothes on. >> that is weird. i'm curious. >> okay. a winter storm back east forced airlines to cancel and delay thousands of flights yesterday. up next, we will take a look at how flights are looking this morning. the weather is looking different. a beautiful sunrise. we have a lot of high clouds coming in and patchy fog. a little change in our forecast. oh, almost a bob ross painting there. happy thanksgiving. female announcer: when you see this truck,
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cliff. a little boy from santa rosa who recently fell more than 200 feet down a cliff. >> reporter: the sweeping views of the pacific ocean are dramatic and here in bodega bay is where the drama began for a santa rosa family. >> kind of devastating really. hard to sit by and watch my son suffer. >> reporter: jamie guglielmino has basically been living at ucf children's hospital in oakland since her son sebastian fell 200 feet to the beach below. rescue crews repelled down to him. >> he has a broken orbital socket and broken cheekbone. his left cheek had several fractures and his nose was fractured. >> reporter: he suffered a broken leg and broken arm. >> it was literally split in
two. >> reporter: he was in a coma for nine days. when he finally awoke. >> oh, he was such a relief. i felt like my heart was being put back together again. >> reporter: but the little boy who loves dressing up becca police officer and "teenage mutant ninja turtles" has yet to speak. jamie is hopeful words will return. meantime, she grateful for other things. just yesterday she took sebastian for his first walk around the hospital in his wheelchair. >> nobody drops that fall and lives. my son is a miracle. he is amazing. he is coming along faster than we expected to. >> reporter: jamie looks forward to the days when he doesn't need the wheelchair, the feeding tube or team of doctors and nurses. she is thankful they exist. >> it's special to be spending my thanksgiving with my son. we might not have had him. >> reporter: do you think about that? >> i do.
i think about how lucky we are. >> and thanks to heather holmes for that report. sebastian receives therapy four times a day. he is expected to remain in the hospital for another one to three months. 7:16. the east coast is digging out from a went are storm that snarled thanksgiving travel and left hundreds of thousands without power. maine, vermont and new hampshire could see snow today. new york should only get a dusting, which is good news for spectators at the thanksgiving macy's thanksgiving day parade. the winter storm did force airlines to cancel more than 740 flights on one of the busiest travel days of the year. more than 4700 flights were also delayed. this morning airlines are reporting 396 cancellations according to the website flight aware. there are currently two cancellations and 13 delays at
sfo. about 46 million people are expected to travel for the thanksgiving holiday, and that is the most since 2007. bay area freeways were packed with drivers traveling home for the thanksgiving holiday. a look at some of the big back-ups last night on interstate 880 in berkeley. traffic was also slow on highway 101 in san francisco. aaa says lower gas prices are contributing to the holiday rush. chp will have extra patrols through the road on sunday looking for drunk or speeding drivers. here is a live look at that same camera showing hospital curve on 101 in san francisco this morning. no major incidents to report there as traffic is great in both directions. one more look, too. it's the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza area. a dozen cars or so making their way into san francisco. you can see some of the high clouds out there, steve. rain staying away from us for the moment, at least. maybe not the weekend, but right now? >> that is correct.
nice job, mike. traffic there. i know sal is watching us. you are watching, sal, i know. a beautiful sunrise. look at that. my goodness. isis go johnson dialing that in? as i said, a bob ross painting. we need to put a tree right here, an evergreen tree. put a bird in that tree. put some clouds up there. okay, picasso. >> i used to sit there and watch mesmerized for hours. we have a little change here today. fog. not much. but a little bit. a lot of high clouds. we will continue that theme of high clouds and very hazy skies. football forecast 64 at kickoff. 5:30 high clouds. 50s in the second half. the course of the highers clouds are a system moving up and over the ridge of high pressure. we had just -- an e e-mail?
light sprinkles in crescent city. waiting for this system to come underneath. saturday looks like a rain day. after that all bets are off because the system may stall out and deepen west of us and not move for a couple of days. a lot of high clouds. partly cloudy skies. bismarck 6 below. minneapolis 24. chicago cold, down to dallas-fort worth. things are quieter in boston and also in new york. it's cold. there is some snow showers around. theres some rain up north. oregon is getting rain. portland up to seattle and even maybe southern part of portland near the california borders. a lot of 40s in areas that were very cold a couple days ago. now it's consistent with low 40s to mid 40s for many, including tahoe. reno, ukiah, sacramento, even monteray and fresno. palm springs, that's a chill for them. high and mid-level clouds today. the rainfall protection not today. won't be friday. we have to wait to friday.
more likely i think it will be saturday morning. looks promising, but after saturday i just don't trust sunday, monday, or tuesday. the system may kind of cut off and work its way towards us. it's all over the map as far as the projections go. 60s on the temps to a few low 70s again, but very hazy skies. again, if you can take a look at that sunrise, it's about as spectacular as it gets. cloudy and rain saturday. got to feel good about sunday. cloudy to mostly cloudy. windy. we will hold on to the rain. confidence level low for that right now. >> 9ers-seahawks? thoughts? >> 9ers. >> how do you not? >> yeah. >> all right. thanks, steve. not on the menu, a turkey named cheese has a lot to be thankful for this morning. what president obama did for one of him and his buddies named mac. >> [singing] happy thanksgiving. >> plus, how music is helping to keep spirits high at a san francisco shelter this holiday
the serious part of the silicon valley turkey vote is getting underway in a couple of minutes. the elite women starting line of the 5k. they are warming up those legs. getting ready to go. we will be coming back in ten minutes for more on this year's record-breaking race with a live report from it ktvu's noel walker right there at the starting line. many non-profits across the bay area will be celebrating the thanksgiving holiday by opening their doors to the less not in any event. claudine wong has a story of a woman named sheryl harris is who is raising spirits at st. anthony's with song. >> sing happy thanksgiving, happy thanksgiving, and welcome
to st. anthony's. >> reporter: she sings from her heart, as she has her entire life. >> i have sung as a hobby. then in choir. >> reporter: now sheryl harris sings outside st. anthony's. >> one day i came to pray, actually, and there was a priest who asked me if i sing. and i was impressed by that. [singing] happy thanksgiving, happy thanksgiving. my approximate age is 60 plus. >> reporter: it doesn't matter which song she sings. >> you know jingle bells was made for thanksgiving, right? well, now you do. [singing] jingle bells, jingle bess. >> reporter: and the words don't matter either.
>> ♪ oh what fun it is in whatever you are driving today. >> i make up most of the ones i sing. they have already been written by somebody else. i just love to sing. >> reporter: she takes life on with a smile. >> they say, who is that lady right there? >> reporter: and she tries to make people laugh, although often makes herself do just that. >> i don't think i told nobody, you know, you can get that? >> reporter: all that matters to sheryl is that she is helping others. >> looks like we got some snow coming in while you are carving the turkey. >> reporter: she could use a little help herself. >> presently, i am waiting for a place to live. i am couch surfing, but that's okay. >> reporter: but you won't find her complaining. >> i have some struggles and some downs. but, hey, it's great.
i am still on the south side of the earth. >> reporter: she is thankful for the joys of life and the joy of song. >> i sing because i am happy. ♪ happy thanksgiving to you mendocino. >> what an awesome voice. all right. a special thanks is in order to to many of you. yes, our ktvu viewers this thanksgiving. up next we will tell you about the amazing response from viewers after we reported on a youth football team from richmond who is in desperate need of a hail mary. if you haven't looked outside, you might want to because we have a beautiful sunrise on this thanksgiving morning. a lot of high clouds here. so any rain in the forecast? well, yeah, but not for a couple days.
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ag way. we saw a little bit of some of the costumes. welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am tori campbell. >> i am mike niebek. i want to get in a little football myself at the park. >> tackle football, mike? >> why not? >> you will be limping tomorrow. >> yeah, it will be just fine. we have a beautiful sunrise. a lot of high clouds coming in today and temperatures will be, well, the lows are up, but the high temps will still be on the mild side. 64 at game time. this is a huge game. 50s for the second half. system coming in moving north. it's lifted so far north that crescent city is barely getting rain. a couple of reports from there. ronald thompson, thank you, who is very, very good with the weather. had a trace. that's it. that's not a good sign. we are getting a little change in our pattern. high pressure was amazingly
strong this wednesday. it's now much weaker. a few high clouds coming in here. my fear is that it may take away some of the rain. rain is on tap for saturday. 30s, 40s, 50s on the temps. alamo dipped into 39. 40s for everyone else. you can throw anitoch into the mix at 44. same for lafayette at 44 as well. rain to the north. when can we get it here? not until late friday or early saturday. the projections are bullish. still very bullish. we will see if they hold on to that into tomorrow. promising for saturday. after that can just change on a dime here because it may cut off to the west of us and delay any rain for a couple of days. 60s and 70s on your temps. back to tori and mike. >> thank you. people are running through the streets of downtown san jose. it is an annual tradition that helps burn calories and raise money for several good causes.
noel walker at the starting line where some of the more serious races are. >> reporter: we just got the two-minute warning for the elite men to start running. they are lining up and running back there right now. they are getting ready it cross. we are at the start line right now. about two seconds ago the elite women took off. if you blink you miss them because they run by so quickly. these are women who run five-minute miles. there is also a costume contest associated with the silicno valley turkey trot. that's the really fun part of this event. i was told 400 people registered for costumes. there were a couple dozen people there to judge. some of the more interesting ones we saw, a panda suit. he said he was going to run in the panda suit. in fact, one of the judges make him test it to see he if he could run in it. he said he bought the costume
to halloween, he wanted to wear it to the giant game. so he decided to wear it to the turkey trot. we are getting ready for the elite men to start and cross this finish line. not finish line. start line. they will be at the finish line, too, in a blink of an eye. then at 8:30, what i call the normal people will start running their race. that's a 5k and there is also a 10k race associated this. if you have kids who want to run this, by the way, they can still register for the kids fun run and that starts at 10:00. >> we saw the video of that little baby in the turkey costume. very, very cute. >> oh, my gosh. that cracked me up. the mom is a chef and the kid is a 10-pound 9-ounce turkey. >> so fun. great race. great group of people down there for a great cause. thank you, noel. time is 7:34. happening today you can also get
some exercise while supporting a good cause at the hayward plunge this morning. in fact, it's the 13th annual karen gordon thanksgiving day turkey swim. and this is a very special event for us here at ktvu because karen was an intern at ktvu and also a swim coach and lifeguard at the hayward plunge. she was a very special young lady. sadly, she was killed in a car accident on her 19th birthday heading to work. swimmers are asked to donate $4 to swim. the money goes towards two $1,000 scholarships awarded annually by the hayward recreation and park district. it started at six this morning and continues to 11:00 a.m. also happening right now, a special indigenous people's sunrise gathering on alcatraz island. this is video of people boarding the ferries in francisco this morning. hundreds people gather every thanksgiving morning. it's a commeration of the
19-month native american occupation of alcatraz that began in 1969. organizers say they also want to draw attention to what they call the true story of thanksgiving. that would be the massacre of indians by european settlers. well, the generosity of strangers, many of them ktvu viewers who we know are totally awesome, well, they are giving a youth football team from richmond an awful lot to be thankful for this thanksgiving. this week we told you about the richmond steelers cadets. they won the state championship, but they needed at least $20,000 to make a trip to the national tournament in orlando, florida. they didn't have much money and their manager set up a gofundme account but only raised $1,900. well, after we featured the story on our ktvu newscast donations started pouring in. and look at this. the team surpassed its goal of $29,000. the manager is so grateful for the community's support.
49ers hoping to exact revenge against the seattle seahawks tonight. fans may be stinging from that loss in the nfc championship game. both teams have a record of seven wins and four losses right now. so they really both need a win tonight to improve their playoff chances. a lot at stake here. remember that? should have been a touchdown. i just checked. 9ers one and a half point favorites tonight. that's kind of close. kickoff is at 5:30 at levi stadium. if you are tempted to head to the game, need something to do, a lot of tickets are still available at levi stadium and even below face value. >> good to know. i may have to call home and tell them i will be a little late for dinner. starting tomorrow ktvu is proud to support one warm coat. our annual coat drive. this is the 12th year ktvu is involved. in that time, we have gathered an estimated 55,000 coats for people in need. ktvu's claudine wong took a look at those who the one warm coat
drive hopes to help. >> reporter: every day people line up outside st. anthony's dining room, one after the other waiting patiently for a warm meal. for kayla and her 2-year-old daughter. >> it's a big help. it cuts your food cost by a third. >> reporter: which means a lot. >> my husband and i separated and he kicked us out, myself and the baby. >> reporter: and as the weather drops, concerns rise. >> a coat definitely doesn't factor into the budget. >> reporter: and she is not alone. last week's rain was a reminder that winter is coming. >> we received a lot of requests from guests that are on the streets and they are soaking wet and needed coats. >> reporter: those are the people the one warm coat drive hopes to help. the organization started in 1992 with one goal. collect coats to give to those in need free of charge. >> there is a big need.
especially with the winter months coming up, like the coats go off our racks very quickly. >> reporter: ktvu has once again partnered up with one warm coat and collections will go to st. vincent de paul in walnut creek. city team ministries of san jose and st. anthony's in san francisco. the response to this holiday tradition has been nothing short of overwhelming. piles of coats quickly grow bigger than the girl scouts who help collect them. for st. anthony's the year is already spent distributing free clothes. but they call that coat drive. >> total game changer. last year we received around a thousand coats. >> reporter: kayla is planning to get in line. a welcome certainty in an uncertain time. >> we will be happy to have that. >> reporter: there is a lot on her plate. more than we realized when we first sat down to talk to her. >> yeah. one more person and due to have my next in about seven weeks.
about two months. yeah. >> reporter: congratulations. >> thank you. >> reporter: with one toddler. >> did you throw them all? that's okay. >> reporter: and another baby on the way, she knows how much one warm coat matters. >> especially the feeling that it gives the kids, you know, to be able to put on a nice coat and be warm is, you know, it's great. >> reporter: it's a simple wish from a mother who just wants to keep her growing family warm. in san francisco, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> one warm coat runs through the end of the year. find donation sites at four locations. san francisco's ferry building, bay street emeryville walnut creek on ice and in san jose. tomorrow you will find ktvu personalities at some of these locations. alex savidge will be at bay street in emeryville. come out and say hi. >> so a lot of opportunities to see some friendly faces.
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2". tonight at 8:00 on ktvu we are airing a very special show. fox's cause for paws. an all-star dog spectacular. joining me now is the co-host and oscar winner hillary swank in los angeles. good morning. thanks for joining us and happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> now, you are a very busy lady. in addition to acting and running a production company, you recently launched your own charity. tell us about that. >> the hillary foundation is my name and my late dog caru put together to make hilaru. essentially, it brings kids who have been given up on and animals who have been abandoned together to help heal each other. so i am super excited about it. and this show, fox's cause for paws, kind of leads right into it because it's about animal rescue. it's kind of the first step in my mission, in my goal. it was fun to be able to
executive produce this and fox gave us the platform to really fell celebrate dogs and the joy that they bring to our lives. >> i read a quote from you. you said every day when i look at my pets i know they are thankful i adopted them and i am just as thankful they have adopted me. so what do pets bring to your life? >> well, i feel like all pets, but for me because i specifically have dogs, they have pure love. they just look at you with pure love. they are in the moment. they remind you to be in the moment. they are resilient. they are just joyful. and i just feel like they see us for who we really are. and they really have changed my life. and i actually say who rescued who. >> i am sure a lot of people feel that way. now, i know that you are quite an outdoor aficionado you like to do anything outdoors like skydiving and river rafting and skiing. i assume that involves pets. do you take your dogs on these
adventures? >> oh, yeah. i love taking my dogs with me everywhere that i possibly can. i travel a lot. thankfulfully, i got to bring my dogs, too. they love to be active. and because i have always had them by my side from the very beginning, they have learned how to travel well and to do all those activities right alongside with me, alongside me. so this thanksgiving i am so blessed to be able to talk about them and talk about all the other rescues that we have on our show that we need to find forever homes for. to just get those statistics out there that there are 8 milan -- million animals in shelters across the year. sadly, approximately 4 million don't make it out. if people want to bring a four-legged family member in their home, please adopt and rescue and see how it ask change the path of a soul. >> i think it's interesting hearing people talk about their
animals, their pets, because it's the big equalizer. no matter what your status is, people are pet lovers and they bring so much joy to all of our lives. so i think it should be a wonderful show. >> that's a really good way to say it. an equalizer. yeah, i think ultimately the show is going to be funny. we have a lot of funny segments. a lot of just -- we have a cutest puppy, because you can't have a dog show without cutest puppy. it's really -- it these dogs make you laugh and they connect, like you said, they connect everybody. so i think it's a fun show and i can't believe it actually hadn't been done before. >> i think it's appropriate to have it on thanksgiving. once again, happy thanksgiving to you. we are looking forward to the show. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> again, fox's cause for paws, an all-star dog spectacular airs tonight right here on ktvu channel 2 at 8 p.m. this has never been done before. they have never had a show on prime time tv just for pets.
and also stay tuned to ktvu this morning because in 20 minutes pam cook highlights a local shelter looking to find homes for rescue dogs in the bay area. >> dog-a-thon. >> it's a brilliant idea. >> my family and i, we rescued a dog. it's very important to do. even if they do sleep on the bed right now, which is okay, steve. i am all about it. >> you have some cats, right, steve? >> i had. >> stormy? >> yeah, 18 years. >> he was a good boy. good boy. we do have a little bit of a high cloud deck here. it's going to be slightly cooler on the highs, but a little warmer on those lows and patchy fog has formed. very hazy conditions today. we are baiting for the system to -- waiting for the system to come in. saturday is a rain day, but after that i am nervous that the system will slow down, cut off, and not move in until early next week. we will tackle that sunday, monday. high clouds. 64 degrees at kickoff. looks just fine.
high clouds. system right there looks like the one that's going to sweep in here. not until late friday and saturday. this system dragging a cross a lot of high clouds. the clouds are lifting out of crescent city. we are not going to see much at all until a little bit later. 30s, 40s, 50s on the temps. a couple of 30s, but a lot of 40s due to the cloud cover. a lot of 40s, though, including brentwood 47. up and over she goes. looks like high pressure is in control, and it is. we will have to wait for everything to swing in the rainfall projection still looks pretty good. not until late friday, more likely saturday morning. i think this is a little fast. my concern is that they are going to cut the amounts back. it looks like rain will make it on saturday. after that, i'll tell you, there is no consensus. high clouds. hazy skies. patchy morning fog giving way to a few high clouds. 60s and also 70s on the temps. it does look like we have a
beautiful sunrise here. thanks to claudine wong for sending her sunrise photo. increasing clouds friday. rain saturday. i am going cloudy and windy on sunday. that rain on monday, do not hang your hat on that. it could be delayed to wednesday. >> because of that average of high pressure? >> it may cut off to the west, which would take its sweet time getting here. >> thanks, steve. a crazy story out of the city of boston where a naked man was arrested after he fell through a bathroom ceiling and ran through the airport. it happened saturday during the busy holiday travel rush at logan. police say the man was in the women's bathroom when he took off his clothes and climbed into a ceiling crawl space and then fell. he was then accused of run through the jetblue terminal naked, biting another man on his ear. family members say the man is not mentally ill and is a financial manager who has been taking extension classes at the harvard. he is facing a long list of charges, including assault.
ten minutes before 8:00. two turkeys will not be the centerpiece of a thanksgiving dinner today thanks to president obama. >> you are hereby pardoned from the thanksgiving dinner tail. congratulations. >> in a ceremony at the white house the president gave a traditional pardon to a turkey named cheese. he also extended that pardon to a second turkey who is named mac, who was the official alternate. the two turkeys will live out their days at a park in virgina. this tradition actually just started in 1989. president h.w. bush pardoned a turkey who looked a little nervous in the white house. >> it's been ongoing sense. threats on facebook, first amendment rights or punishable under the law? coming up on "mornings on 2", the case that made its way all the way to the supreme court. and we are testing some of our favorite thanksgiving dishes. these are some of the tasty treets we had last hour.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". thanksgiving, of course, a fabulous holiday. but preparing dinner for family and guests for some can be a lot of work and not to pension a lot of match-up. that's why more and more people are opt to go pick up premade dinners. the average cost is, are you sitting down, just $49. >> we are seeing an increase of folks taking on these orders and interested in having those items. esparza and fast. >> and for those of you
wondering, many grocery stores offering the meals half of the day today. >> everyone has family recipes they like to share. we are having a taste competition with some of the ktvu employees. we will start with pam cook's persimmon bars. dave clark has a persimmon tree in his backyards. so pam actually has a recipe, i think we have a picture of a recipe book, i think it's from sunset magazine. look at the stains on this page. >> well used. >> which means it's really good. >> it has a lot of heart in it. >> what do you think? >> i have had these before. they are very good. >> i have not had these. i am aching a second wait. >> persimmons are fabulous. we need a second look. the next dish, and steve you are saying it's early for collard
greens? >> well, why not? >> had is lynn. this is a family recipe. when they first met, lynn told colleen that the family tradition was for the men to cook on thanksgiving dinner. she is like, cool, i can adopt that recipe. >> very good. >> she gave me the recipe. we posted some of these online. it has sesame oil, oil, butter, salt and pepper. dark leafy greens are the way to go. >> my wife would be surprised i'm eating dark leafy greens. >> right. >> and then the last dish, this is great, this is from one of our wonderful producers. it's a homemade pie, in quotation parks. >> homemade? >> from trader baraka. trader joe's. but you can't go wrong with apple pie. it's such a classic. you know. >> they are all good. >> yeah. so you had your special brownies? >> yes.
which will be en the side. >> and my bombay sapphire. >> hang in, steve. they are coming. >> we have our recipes for most of these dishes posted on our website ktvu.com. and just click on web links on the home page. we want you to share your dishes with us. tweet us or post them on-facebook o. >> steve, do you have a winner in this round? >> they are all good. but the collard greens were very, very good. >> reallile? >> i am glad to hear that. i am a big fan of dark leafy greens. >> they are good. if i had to dive back in, i would go with the bars. >> the persimmon bars. >> all right. we will have round three next hour, including one of my recipes that i prepared. >> look forward to it. >> you have to like that one. >> on my twitter page i have posted a photo of mike's brownies. these received a thumbs up from the taste testers in the
newsroom, thanks. round two coming up. round three next hour. dozens of people are rescued after a side show bust at the port of oakland. the unusual tactic police used and how the ferguson protests may have actually helped in this case. volunteers hard at work this morning. here live in san francisco. take a look. they are carving up the ham and turkeys. they are getting set and preparing thousands of meals for those in need in this community. coming up we are going to talk about who these meals are going to and why they are so important.
it is exactly 8:00. the late littery giant maya angelou once said, quote, when we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed. words exemplified by the memorial church and people who work and volunteer there. live pictures of some of the many, many people who have given their thanksgiving morning to help others. and ktvu's alex savidge will join us live in two minutes with more on the preparations underway for a thanksgiving meal. it's expected to feed 5,000 people. looks like the loaves and the fishes story. welcome to a special thanksgiving edition of "mornings on 2" on ktvu.
i am tori campbell. >> happy thanksgiving. i am michael mibach. dave clark has the day off. sal has the day off. steve paulsen putting the hours in. >> off tomorrow, but happy to be here today. >> thanksgiving tie. exactly. >> sal is watching. i guarantee it. he always does. he does. i am surprised he hasn't tweeted out something. we have a lot of high clouds over us. a little change after a couple of sunny, mild armadas days. a little hazy that will kick in today. football forecast exactly the same at 5:30. 64. going into the 50s in the second half. bundle up, but not too bad. everything is lifting up and over. the ridge has been stronger than strong. on wednesday it was 30, 50 inches of mercury. down to 30.15 now. really all bets are off. there is no consensus.
today a lot of high clouds and temperatures 30s, 40s, 50s. most of the lows up due to that cloud cover. alamosa 39. a lot of 40s. and we have some fog up into mendocino county. you are like, what sunrise? i can't see it because of the fog. rainfall projections are okay as we go into saturday. my concern is they will cut back some of these amounts. it does look like saturday morning will be a rain day. after that, though, we may have to wait a couple days. high clouds. hazy skies. patchy morning fog. 60s and a few couple little low 70s. the days are very short. it is 8:02. as we mentioned, sal is sleeping in this morning but we are keeping an eye on traffic. there was a really serious incident overnight on interstate 880 in hayward. all lanes are back open now. at one time all northbound lanes at 880 and hayward at the west off ramp were closed because of
a deadly multi-vehicle crash. as you can see, really no traffic at all now. wide open. normally you would see some congestion but the road is clear right now. over to the macarthur maze, once again smooth sailing for people driving this holiday morning. we do want to remind you the chp as well as local police departments across the bay area have started maximum enforcement throughout this holiday from today through sunday night. they are going to be looking for speeding and drunk drivers. so drive carefully. and now some folks may be flying out today or heading to one of the local airports to pick up a loved one who is flying in. this is a live picture of sfo. the skies are quite clear. as for the roads nearby, highway 101, 380 and 880 looking good. traffic to the oakland and san jose airports are doing well. >> dozens of people were cited or arrested at the port of
oakland. tara moriarty joining us live there. remnants of the side show still can be seen? >> reporter: there are tread marks and speed bumps. that has greatly deterred the drag racing but hasn't stopped the side shows from happening as evidenced behind me. you see this huge black circle. a compilation of the tread marks from the drivers doing doughnuts. we called the chp this morning and they could not provide exact numbers, but we're told that about 200 people were here. some were able to get away. at least 100 suspects were rounded up. officers sealed off each end of middle harbor road to trap the drivers and onlookers. >> once we blocked tem in, we were able to slowly identify everybody. right now we are in the process of identifying everyone that was involved. we will have to taken force. action on most of those parties. that can range from citing them out to taking them to jail to towing their cars. >> reporter: officers received a report of gunshots, but they don't believe that anyone was hurt. there is also a fire at this
side show. we don't know how it started. we are told it might have come from a car that tried to escape by ramming through a fence. police have been challenged by these side shows through the bay area which have shut down bridges and free freeways. oakland police were tied up with the ferguson protesters. >> tara, thank you for that report. 8:05. volunteers getting ready to serve thousands of thanksgiving meals to the less fortunate. ktvu reporter alex savidge live in san francisco with a look at the preparations at glide memorial church. that is such a special place, alex. >> reporter: it really is. especially on thanksgiving and around the holiday. a lot of volunteers donating their time to come down and help those less fortunate in this community. here you go. this is the hard work that has to be done. someone has to carve up these hams. they have to carve up the turkeys. you can see the whole operation
here. they have about 500 people who come down and volunteer their time here on thanksgiving to prepare meals for 5,000 people. that's the undertaking here this morning. there is a line already outside. in fact, what they are doing right now is they are serving breakfast to folks who come down to glide right now. and then the meal service, the thanksgiving meal service is going to get started in, let's see, in a couple of hours. right about 10:00 is when they are going to start serving the thanksgiving meals. a lot of work. a lot of activity here this morning as they get all that turkey ready for folks who may not otherwise have a meal on thanksgiving. that's why these meals are so important. i want to bring in reverend cecil williams. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> reporter: thank you very much for having us down here this morning. let me ask you, first of all, about the hard work here. what do you think about the folks who come down and give their time on thanksgiving? >> you see, i think it's important for us to focus on
the volunteers because many times we don't let people know that what they have done and what they are doing and what they will do is they lift us up. keep us going. and we become a tremendous resource and a tremendous service to a non-profit group like glide. >> reporter: you can't do what you are doing here on thanksgiving or any other day of the year without them? >> always. always. and people need to know that. very much so. so all of you out there, let me just say to you right now, keep coming. keep coming. just don't come on thanksgiving or on christmas. come every day because we are open every day. and we are serving people every day. >> reporter: very good point. they need to not stop? >> that's right. >> reporter: when thanksgiving is over or christmas is over, you need folks here? >> always. >> reporter: you have a very big crowd. there is a line outside. >> yeah. >> reporter: it helps a lot. happy thanksgiving. and i appreciate you taking the
time this morning. the reverend cecil williams. no introduction. >> thank you. >> reporter: we are very busy right now. hundreds of volunteers, they are all throughout the building. the kids volunteering over here to make sure the meals are ready to go here. starts at 10:00. dinner will be served at 10:00 this morning here. obviously, had helping the less fortunate in this community. >> i love all the noise. you can hear music and singing in the background. great energy there. >> reporter: it's really a fun time. 8:08. the salvation army is also preparing thousands of thanksgiving meals for the less fortunate. close to 3500 thanksgiving dinners will be delivered today to seniors and people too ill to leave their homes. volunteers are preparing the meals this morning at the
salvation army's harbor lights center on 9th and harrison streets in san francisco. many of the volunteers are graduates of the salvation army's drug and alcohol recovery program, helping to give back. and people camping out at stores to get holiday bargains, they are in the homestretch. there been people lined out outside the best buy store in emeryville since last week. we wanted to know why they spent days outside on the sidewalk. jeff and tanya taylor are not doing this for themselves. jeff is the principal of a middle school and one of his former students is fighting leukemia. he is doing this for 16-year- old darrell aikens. >> we raise money. we walk and we raise money. so the money is going towards buying him whatever he wanted. he wanted a playstation 4. we are going to give him a playstation 4. >> best buy is not the only big store open on thanksgiving. big lots stores around the bay
area opened at 7 this morning. local kmarts opened at 8 a.m. many other stores, including toys 'r us, macy's, and target opened this evening. you can see a full list of stores and their thanksgiving day hours, that's at ktvu.com. tonight at 8:00 ktvu is airing a very special show called fox's cause for paws. it's an all-star spectacular hosted by hillary swank, aimed to help rescued dogs find loving homes. this tireless work is carried out every day around the bay area including the silicno valley humane society. a special program starting tomorrow to find homes for older dogs. >> reporter: there we go. in typical silicno valley fashion. humane society is a state-of-the-art facility where the animals have private suites while they wait for a forever home. >> it's about that special magic that happens when animals and people come together and we want to celebrate that magic. this is a happy place.
>> reporter: it's no wonder. the dogs have an amazing quality of life while they are here. there is a dog park for running and playing. volunteers to give a lot of tender loving care and music. >> we have piped in music, too. and that helps them become and we want to make sure that they are as relaxed and comfortable as possible while they wait to find their new home. >> the they arery is. >> reporter: the theory is a happy dog makes a great pet. a special promotion starting friday until the end of december. all animals over the age of 6 months are $12. there are thousands to choose from. >> this is tiger lily. >> reporter: volunteers say tiger lily is a love bug and quite a character. there is figaro, who was rescued from another shelter and needed surgery for a very painful hernia, but he is now healthy, loves kids and is ready for a
home. sunshine is really good with kids and very playful. and ashley likes to go for long walks and hikes and would be great with an active person or family. >> even after you have adopted your dog, we can help facilitate you bonding with your dog and training and giving you obedience needed to have a great pet in your home. >> reporter: it's not just dogs. there are cats and bunnies that desperately need a good home. the silicon valley humane society is in milpitas, sunnyvale, and mountain view. they have an 87% save rate among animals brought to the shelter. pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the home for the holidays program runs through december 30. al all animals six months and under can be adopted for just $12. the normal price to adopt a dog is 150. cats $100. and fox's cause for paws an
all-star dog spectacular airing tonight at 8:00 on ktvu channel 2. a new feature that will track which other apps you have installed on your phone. the feature is called app graph. the company says it will be a way for twitter to deliver more relevant content to its users. twitter says it is not collecting any information from those apps, but it is already raising privacy concerns. especially since users have to opt out of the app graph rather than sign up for it on their own. the 49ers, i think they will be thankful for a victory over the seahawks today. also, a youth football team from the east bay has a lot to be thankful for this thanksgiving. the generous donations that will allow the team to play in a national clipper tournament. but first, many have wondered where did darren wilson go after the michael brown shooting? the police officer from ferguson, missouri was able to hide in plain sight.
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. 8:16. in ferguson, missouri last night protesters turned out in smaller numbers as snow fell on the city. protesters gathered outside the ferguson police department last night. the building was surrounded by national guards men as business owners start cleaning up after two days of violent protests. they are having why the national guard was not sent in sooner. two men are facing charges accused of plot to go -- plotting to kill the chief of police in ferguson, missouri,
and the prosecuting attorney for st. louis county. according to reports, the two men were indicted last week after they tried to buy pipe bombs from undercover officers. the men were arrested three days before this announcement that ferguson police officer darren wilson will not face any charges for killing michael brown. authorities say the two men were also planning to bomb the gateway arch in st. louis. meanwhile, attorneys for darren wilson are speaking out about his life in hiding. wilson went into seclusion after his home address was posted online ten days after michael brown's shooting death. he stayed with family and moved from house to house. he also used techniques he learned as an officer to disguise himself if he had to go out in public. wilson was also advised by his attorneys not to speak publicly ahead of the grand jury decision. winter storms forced airlines to cancel more than 740 flights on one of the busiest
travel days of the year and more than 4700 flights were delayed. well, this morning airlines are reporting more than 400 cancellations according to flight aware. there are currently two cancellations, 13 delays at sfo. about 46 million people are expected to travel this thanksgiving holiday. that is the most since 2007. >> i travel every other year. so it's kind of nice to be home for the holidays. >> especially with the weather back east. >> exactly. the weather here not too bad today. rain is heading our direction. >> saturday had a nice tweet from sal casteneda. >> he is awake? >> he watches. he tweets. by the way, it started snowing just at the macy's parade. just started snowing. >> really? >> yeah. a lot of high clouds here and a very happy thanksgiving. congress messages this morning. thank you. facebook. twitter. whatever. e-mail. send them in. i am in a writing back mood this morning. a lot of hazy skies.
higher clouds and some patchy fog. so the haze which started a couple days ago, fog, clouds, high clouds later this afternoon t it looks like high clouds as well will drift in. mostly clear. partly cloudy. 74 at kickoff time. 50s later on. you can see everything is lifting up and over. we have to wait for this to kind of swing in underneath. that won't be until late friday, saturday morning. a scenario that's setting up that could be wet or wet for a little bit and then delayed. no consensus past sunday. a lot of these higher clouds, mostly cloudy to the north. fog underneath that as well. especially in parts of mendocino county. fair to the south. very cold throughout much of bismarck and minneapolis i mean, it's been below zero for many. omaha, down to dallas even. now the colder air has moved in. boston is okay. hartford okay. new york city getting snow right now. and there is rain in the pacific
northwest from seattle to portland to medford. it's lifting just north of crescent city as well. 40s on the temps or 50s. these will rebound into the 60s to near 70 degrees. some of the higher elevations are very warm. 50s to almost 60 degrees in part of the santa cruz mountains. 30s to 60s depending on the elevation. 51 loss aloe hills. 41 san mateo. 41 ukiah. 45 fresno. even sacramento everyone is in there pretty close. it is weakening the ridge of high pressure. the rain won't be in until late friday for some to the north. more likely saturday for us. the key will be if we can get this system to ton punch in on sunday. if we do, wet get some rain into monday. my concern is it will be delayed a little bit as it digs offshore and puts on the air brakes, if you will. 60s. also 70s on these temps. the only concern really for the sierra nevada to saturday would
be an in-- increase in the breeze. rain will make it here saturday. cloudy, windy, possible rain for us on sunday into monday. timing though very difficult right now. >> sunday could be a tough getaway day for folks. >> coming home could be a mess or could be just fine. well, it is 8:20. premade or homemade? that's the question many people are asking this season. the new trend for grocery stores and what it could cost consumers. my son is a miracle. >> up next, little sebastian survived a 200-foot call in sonoma county. the one milestone his mom told us he is still waiting for. this is ladainian tomlinson ann from kandahar, afghanistan, just wishing a happy thanksgiving to my family in sunnyvale, california. female announcer: when you see this truck,
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that was a live look, a little look around the bay area. beautiful thanksgiving morning. and happy thanksgiving to you. many of us will gather around the thanksgiving table today with many reasons for being grateful. one family has a lot to be thankful for. heather holmes talked to the mother of a little boy from santa rosa who recently fell
more than 200 feet down a cliff. >> reporter: the sweeping views of the pacific ocean are dramatic and here in bodega bay is where the drama began for a santa rosa family. >> kind of devastating really. hard to sit by and watch my son suffer. >> reporter: jamie guglielmino is has been living at ucf hospital in oakland since her son sebastian was rushed here november 10. the four-year-old suffered critical injuries when he fell from this steep rocky cliff more than 200 feet to the beach below. also cue crews rappeled down to sebastian and hauled him off the cliff. >> he has a broken orbital socket and broken cheekbone. his left cheek had several fractures and his nose was fractured. >> reporter: he also suffered a broken leg and broken arm. >> it was literally split in two. >> reporter: sebastian was if a coma for nine days and when he
finally awoke. >> oh, huge sense of relief. i felt like my heart was being put back together again. >> reporter: but the little boy, who loves dressing up like a police officer and "teenage mutant ninja turtles," his casts are turtle green, has yet to speak. jamie is hopeful words will return. meantime, she is grateful for other things. just yesterday she took sebastian for his first walk around the hospital in his wheelchair. >> nobody drops from that far and lives. so my son is a miracle. he is amazing. >> reporter: jamie looks forward to the days when he doesn't need the wheelchair, feeding tube, or team of doctors and nurses. she is thankful they exist and deeply thankful her son survived. >> it's really special to be spending me thanksgiving with my son. we might not have had him. >> reporter: do you think about that? >> i do. i think about how lucky we are. >> again, heather holmes
reporting there. sebastian receives therapy for to five times a day. physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy. he is expected to remain in the hospital one to three months. all morning long we have been asking you, our viewers, what you are thankful for on this thanksgiving with the hashtag to give thanks. we wanted to share a few responses. this is raoul who says i am thankful for coming home to a wonderful family after a long day of work. certainly everyone can agree with that. melissa said i am thankful for, look, this cute little puppy. we have been talking a lot about dogs. being thankful for your pet. and jen says i am thankful for family, friends, and all the food that makes me super fat like pizza. got to love pizza. and then speaking of fatty foods, we have a last one from our friend doug who says he is thankful for, check this out, i didn't even know this existed,
turkey butter. gobble it all up. we want to hear what you are thankful for. message us on twitter or facebook with the hashtag ogivelast. and happy thanksgiving to everything. >> thank you for those tweets. naked at airport. the bizarre actions of a harvard student after he stripped down in a women's bathroom. they are getting ready for the biggest turkey trot anywhere. that's coming up.
valley turkey trot. the most popular race category is the 5k walk and run. it's for people who don't have all that time or energy to train tore a longer race -- for a longer race or want to enjoy it with friends or older or younger family members. noel walker has been down on the streets for us. a lot of creative costumes out there. looks like a big crowd, as well? >> reporter: a lot of turkey hats running by. they started the gun -- i was going to say an hour ago -- about a minute ago. and this is what a wall of people looks like running. i am told it's going to take them probably 15 minutes to get all these people through, and that's because this is the largest time to turkey trot anywhere in the u.s. more than 26,000 people registered for this turkey trot this year. that's about 2,000 more than were registered last year. the elite runners took off about an hour ago. so they have long since finished. that's part of the race. you have a lot of people still
hanging around here either waiting for the fun run that starts in about two hours, or they are just here to watch the fun and be a part of the whole event. part of this event is the costumes. and there was a costume contest a little bit earlier this morning. we saw some really interesting ones. there were people who went as thanksgiving dinner. the guy who went as the turkey. he probably drew the short straw on that one. a kid dressed as a panda. he said he got that suit for halloween and wanted to be able to wear it to the giants game. now that the panda is gone, he decided he would wear it for the turkey trot every year. he wants to wear that costume someplace else. the best one i saw, i have to say, was a mother and child, the mother was a chef, pushing a crib -- not a crib -- a stroller that was made into an oven with a ten pound nine ounce turkey named jack. very, very cute. coming back here live, we have got another wave of people that are getting ready to come
through here. 26,000 people again signed up for this race. just a huge event. it's also a charity event. they have raised more than $4 million in the years they have been doing this. and this year they are hoping to raise another $1 million for five local charities. this event is going to be going on for the next couple of hours. the streets of san jose will be closed as they come around to the finish line. but a great way to start your thanksgiving because then you can eat guilt free. you have already burned all those calories you are going to eat later on. >> noelle, a valid point. burn the calories and dive in when you are ready to go with family and friends. >> i like the hat. i. speaking of the weather, steve, we are in good shape today? >> fine today. >> okay. >> pro bely most of friday. >> good. >> saturday. a lot of high clouds.
hazy skies. patchy fog. some of that fog very thick but not widespread. just a few reports. so overall just a little haze and high clouds today, but dry. temperatures a little warmer on the lows. they will be about the same on the highs. maybe down a degree or two. probably not the mid 70s for downtown oakland because we are loseing that easterly breeze. for the 49ers today about the same. high clouds. 64 at kickoff. 50s into the second half. the first system running into a mountain of high pressure, which is about 30.50 inches of mercury on wednesday. if you have been having headaches this week, that might have been the reason. just really strong high pressure. well, this system is not doing much, but it is weakening that high pressure system and there we are going to wait, hopefully everything swings in underneath. sunday the system may kind of clowe down a little bit and take its time getting here. there is no consensus on the forecast models yet. a lot of high clouds. temperatures will continue to struggle a little bit on these
highs due to the cloud cover to the north. to the south should be upper 60s to near 70s. a lot of 40s. had a few 30s. those look like they are gone now. not much of a breeze. out of east, that's relaxing a little bit. 40s on the temps. petaluma, lake port, everyone is really close. a lot of rain in the pacific northwest. not for us. hopefully it will swang in here. this is the rainfall projection. nothing today. friday this is a little quick but late friday night into saturday. saturday it looks like a rain day. so far they have not cut back on the totals yet. we will see. sunday could be a cloudy, windy day or more rain. approximate if it slows down or stalls, it will be more cloudy than windy. high clouds today. 60s and 70s on the temps. probably the last day on any 70s because by tomorrow a lot more cloudiness. rain late friday. saturday morning into saturday about noon and then we will ease into sunday, monday, tuesday.
>> looks like more than an inch? >> i have seen through next wednesday, you know, three to six inches of rain. >> wow. three to six? >> three to six in spots. santa cruz mountains. so higher elevations. some forecast models don't bring anything in until tuesday or wednesday, which would throw that out of whack. >> yeah. all right. so you still got to fine-tune this. you are massaging it, as you like to say. >> i am. well, sal is off this morning, but steve said, you know, he has been tweeting. so he is up and watching us. we are keeping a close eye on bay area traffic for you, sal. you are welcome to come back. in the east bay, as you see there, 26 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. normally at this time of the morning on a weekday this bay bridge toll plaza would be backed up. cars are going the speed limit. here we are at the toll plaza and on to the span into san
francisco. wide open there. again, don't go over the speed limit. now some folks may be flying out or heading to one of the local airports to pick up a loved one flying in. nationwide, there are still some canceled or delayed flights from the weather back east. this is a live look at sfo. highways 101, 280, and 380 on the peninsula looking good. and traffic to oakland and to the san jose airports are doing well. a reminder, though. there is no golden gate ferry service today and many public transit agencies are on a holiday or weekend schedule. mike. a 12-year-old girl has set her sights high. very high. she wants to climb a 22,000- foot mountain in south america. 12-year-old angel moore has already climbed mount kilimanjaro. the highest point in africa. she did that two years ago, reportedly the youngest girl ever to reach the peak. next month she is planning a 19 day expedition and hopes to be
the youngest girl ever to reach a peak in argentina. her father will join her on that climb. she hopes to raise $100,000 for a non-profit organization called children international. today you can get some exercise while supporting a good cause at hayward plunge this morning. it's the 13th annual karen gordon turkey day swim. karen was an intern at weather watcher and a swim coach and lifeguard at the hayward plunge. she was killed in a car accident on her 19th birthday as she was heading to work. swimmers are asked to dough the nate $4 to swim -- donate $4 to swim. the money goes to two $1,000 scholarships awarded by the park district. the swim started at 6:00 this morning and will run until 11. it is 8:38. pretty crazy story out of boston where a naked man was arrested after he fell through a bathroom ceiling and ran through the airport. this happened saturday during the busy holiday travel rush at
logan international airport. police say the man was in the women's bathroom when he took off his clothes and climbed into a ceiling crawl space and then fell. he has been accused of running through the jetblue terminal naked, biting another man on his ear. family members say he is not mentally ill. he is a financial manager who has been taking extension classes at harvard. he is facing a long list of charges, including assault. the generosity of strangers, many of you, ktvu viewers, has given a youth football team from richmond a lot to be thankful for. we told you about the richmond steel erika debts. they won the state championship but needed $20,000 to make the national tournament in orlando. their manager set up a gofundme account but only raised $1,900. after we featured the story in our newscast donations started pouring in. the team has surpassed its goal. the manager says he is very grateful for the community's
support. and the 49ers hope to exact revenge tonight against the super bowl champions the seattle seahawks. fans may be singing from that -- sting interesting that heartbreaking loss in the nfc championship game. both teams have a record of 7-4 on the season. they need a victory to improve their playoff chances. the 9ers are one and a half point favorites. kickoff set for 5:30 at levi stadium. a lot of tickets are still available even below face value. 8:40. an important case with far reaching implications on social media goes before the u.s. supreme court next monday. justices will consider whether language posted on social media sites such as facebook is covered by the first amendment's protection of free speech. the issue before the court is whether a facebook message can be considered a true threat by a reasonable person. a pennsylvania man was sentenced to four years in federal prison for several facebook posts
threatening his has estranged wife. once again, starting tomorrow ktvu is proud to support one warm coat with our annual coat drive. this is the 12th year ktvu has been involved, and in that time we have gathered an estimated 55,000 coats for people in need. ktvu's clawedea wrong took a look at those who the one warm coat drive hopes to help. >> reporter: every day people line up outside st. anthony's dining room, one after the other waiting patiently for a warm meal. for kayla and her 2-year-old daughter. >> it's a big help. it cuts your food costsly a third. but which means a lot. >> my husband and i separated and he kicked us out, myself and the baby. >> reporter: as the weather drops, concerns rise. >> well, a coat definitely doesn't factor into the budget. >> reporter: and she not alone. last week's rain was a reminder
that winter is coming. >> we received a lot of requests from guests that are on the streets and they are soaking wet and needed coats. >> reporter: the organization started in 1992 with one goal. collect coats to give to those in need free of charge. >> theres a big need. especially with the winter months coming up. like the coats go off our racks very quickly. >> reporter: ktvu has once again partnered up with one warm coat and collections will go to st. vincent depaul in walnut creek, city team ministries in san jose, and st. anthony's in san francisco. the response to this holiday tradition has been nothing short of other whelming. piles of coats quickly grow bigger than the girl scouts who help collect them. for st. anthony's the year is already spent distributing free clothes bucks they call that coat drive. >> total game changer. you know, last year i believe we received around a thousand coats. >> reporter: kayla is already planning to get in line.
a welcome certainty in an uncertain time. >> we will be really happy to have that. >> reporter: there is a lot on her plate. more than we realized when we first sat down to talk to her. >> one more person and due to have my next in about seven weeks. about two months. yeah. >> reporter: congratulations. >> thank you. >> reporter: with one toddler and another baby on the way, she knows how much one warm coat matters. >> especially the feeling that it gives the kids, you know, to be able to put on a nice coat and be warm is, you know, it's second to none. >> reporter: it's a wish from a mother who wants to keep her growing family warm. claudia wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> donating a coat can really help keep someone warm in
winter. the one warm coat drive begins tomorrow and runs through the end of the year. you will find donation sites at four bay area locations. san francisco's ferry building, bay street in emeryville, walnut creek on ice, and santa a row in san jose, and tomorrow you will find ktvu personalities at some of those locations. alex savidge will be at bystreet, bill martin in walnut creek. >> of course, we are always proud to be a part of it. it is a thanksgiving day dog spectacular rescue. hillary swank will talk about her presume time push that's definitely a cause for paws.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". tonight at 8:00 on ktvu we are airing a very special show. fox's cause for paws, an all-star dog spectacular. and joining me now is the co-host and oscar winner hillary swank from los angeles. thanks for joining us, and happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> now, you are a very busy
lady. in addition to acting and running a production company, you recently launched your own charity called the hilaru foundation. tell us about that. >> the foundation is my name and my late dog caru put together to make hilaru. essentially, what it is, is it brings kids who have been given up on and animals who have been abandoned to help heal each other. so i'm super excited about it. and this show, fox's cause for paws, kind of leads right into it because it's about animal rescue. it's kind of the first step in my mission, in my goal. so it was gun to be able to executive produce this and that fox gave us the platform to really celebrate dogs and the joy that they bring to our lives. >> yeah. and i read a quote from you. you said ef day when i look at my pets i know they are thankful that i have adopted them, and i am just as thankful they have adopted me. what do pets bring to your
life? >> well, i feel like all pets, but for me because i specifically have dogs, they have pure love. they just look at you with pure love. they are in the moment. they refriend you to be in the moment. they are resilient. they are just joyful. and i just feel like they see us for who we really are. and they really have changed my life. i say who rescued who. >> yeah, i am sure a lot of people feel that way. now, i know that you are quite an outdoor aficionado you like to do anything that is involved outside doors like skydiving and river rafting and skiing. do you take your dogs out on some of these adventures shh. >> others, yeah. i love taking my dogs with me everywhere i can. i travel a lot and tankfully i bring my dogs with me.
they have learned how to travel well and do those activities alongside of me. i am so blessed to be able to talk about them and talk about the other rescues that we have on the show that we need to find forever homes for and to just get those statistics out there that there are 8 milan malls in shelters across the united states ef year and sadly approximately 4 million don't make it out. if people do want to bring a four-legged family member in their home, please adopt and rescue and see how it can change the path of a soul. >> it's interesting to hear people talk about their pets because they are the big equalizer. no matter what your status is people are pet lovers and they bring so much joy to our lives. i think it should be a wonderful show. >> that's a great way to say it. an equalizer. i think ultimately the show is going to be funny. we have a lot of funny segments. a lot of -- we have a cutest
puppy, of course, because you can't have a dog show without cutest puppy. and these dogs just make you laugh and they connect -- like you said, they connect everybody. so i think it's a fun show and i can't believe actually it hasn't been done before. >> yeah. i think it's very appropriate to have it on thanksgiving. once again, happy thanksgiving to you. we are looking forward to the show. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. and fox's cause for paws an all-star dog spectacular airs tonight right here on ktvu channel 2 at 8 p.m. thanksgiving is a fabulous holiday. preparing dinner for family and guests for some can be a lot of work and not to mention a lot of money. that is why more and more people are are opting to pick up free made dinners. a dinner for ten is just $49 at whole food stores in northern california. the number of orders has increased 15% compared to last
year. >> yeah. i have done that once before when i was working on thanksgiving. i didn't have a chance to cook. >> convenient. >> ? >> yeah. >> there is something special about preparing your own food. let's check in with steve right now to see what's happening in the weather. a nice sunrise there. >> a beautiful sunrise today. great photos coming in, including someone i have known for a long time. jen knowles sent one from mountain view. thank you for that. posted on facebook. many others as well from our own claudine wong. forecast looks like a lot of high clouds here, but it will be dry. 64 at 5:30 today. in santa clara for the seahawks and 49ers, 50s by the second half. we are going to have to wait for a secondary system to swing in. looks like late friday, more likely saturday. after that anything goes here. there is no consensus past sunday into monday or tuesday. a lot of high clouds. cloudy to mostly cloudy. looks like the rain is lifting
north even up to crescent city north towards oregon. 40s and 50s. had a couple, just a few, really, i should say, 30s. a lot of 40s in there. 50, 42 alamo. 44 anitoch. upper 40s brentwood, pittsburg. lake tahoe, 40s. a lot of reports of fog towards mendocino county. 40s in eureka. thank you, jim. 47 sacramento. everything right now is staying up and over. we have to wait for the secondary system, that would be saturday morning, late, late, friday, early saturday. so far projections are holding it to be wet. on saturday my fear is it is come down, they will cut this in half. still 48 hours away. high clouds. hazy skies. patchy fog. 60s and also 70s on the temps. look for a partly sunny day to the south. mostly sunny. partly to mostly cloudy in the north. increasing clouds north. rain saturday morning.
could be done by 1:00 and we will see what happens on sunday. cloudy and windy looks to be likely. >> thanks, steve. it is crunch time. after the break the final moments of ktvu's inaugural thanksgiving face-off. >> get ready, mike. >> all right. television announcer: mattress discounters' mattress discounters' $197 mattress sale is ending sunday, thanksgiving weekend. bulldog: mattress discounters' $197 mattress sale! television announcer: that means sunday is your last chance to get a serta mattress, any size, for just $197 each piece when you buy the complete set. bulldog: any size mattress - twin, full, queen, or king - for one low price! and they'll deliver it free. television announcer: the $197 mattress sale... bulldog: oh boy! television announcer: ...ends sunday, thanksgiving weekend. ♪ mattress discounters
so far we have tasted some amazing foods. executive producer brandon with the sweet and sour meatballs. persimmon balls. but this time around we have three other dishes. guys, i want you to try this. this is my chocolate pumpkin loaf. i made this. >> i like it, tori. it's fabulous. >> well, i have gone plant based. this is from forks over knives, which is a documentary. exactly. and it's got a nice combination. it has some cloves, nutmeg in it, some chocolate also. >> it's nice. >> so then you move on to the stuffed mushrooms. this is from our producer michelle. three ingredients. i like that. nice and simple. you don't need a lot of fancy ingredients. >> i don't like mushrooms. i will eat it. >> this is a fabulous looking dessert. this is tammy, the wife of our
editor. she made in caramel nut tart. she apparently only makes it when she is pregnant. she was nervous when she pulled it out. it has a lovely combination of ingredients there. >> it's good. >> tasty, you guys? >> all three at once? >> a nice combination. we have these recipes for most of our dishes posted on website ktvu.com. tweet us or put your recipes on our facebook page. happy thanksgiving, everyone. thank you for watching us here. have a great day. bye-bye. female announcer: through thanksgiving weekend
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